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July 13 Friday
8:00 AM, Greenwood, Arrive at St. Mark UMC for Sending Forth Ceremony
9:00 AM, Greenwood, Depart Greenwood for Charlotte in the church van
1:45 PM, Charlotte, Depart AA for Miami
4:00 PM, Miami, Arrive
5:30 PM, Miami, Dinner and devotion
7:05 PM, Miami, Depart AA for Santo Domingo
9:20 PM, Santo Domingo, Arrive- Customs, introductions to Dominica Personnel and move to bus-carry your own bags
... that this was an important issue to address, so as to avoid them being possibly charged with harassment upon arriving in the United States! We also did vocabulary lessons, and as you can see, we had lots of fun turning vocabulary drills into games J
At the end of October, the director and higher-ups organized an expo weekend, where many American big-wig scouts were invited to come and view the local DR talent. It was an ...
... crossing. We arrived at the border crossing and the first few minutes we couldnt believe it but there was not a crowd of guys jumping at us. It was kind of a blessing and I think we were finally rewarded for all the shtuff we had to go through at the border, this real good looking guy comes up to us and says that we need to get stamps from the Costa Rican side first and says to follow him - how could I resist.... So this guy, ...
... of December will be a tremendous shock to my very warm blood, I'm excited to come back in the thick of the Christmas season. Dominicans take decorating for Christmas very seriously (two people at World Vision did nothing but decorate the office for a solid week), but I just couldn't get into it with Christmas trees next to palm trees and fake snowflakes hanging in tropical breezes. Christmas has always been a cold weather event for me, so for it to truly be ...
... preparation were absolutely awesome. Luzlanda wanted to have an American Thanksgiving for me both at the office and at home with our family. Together we planned a menu and took up a collection at the office to cover the cost of feeding more than 20 people. It was definitely a Thanksgiving unlike any other I've experienced. Instead of calmly filling a grocery cart with the produce and other items needed for dinner, Luzlanda and I spent an entire morning haggling ...